Delmont, Pennsylvania, in Westmoreland county, is 22 miles E of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. The town is included in the Pittsburgh metropolitan area. As of the year 2000 census, 2,497 people lived in Delmont.
In Delmont, about 63% of adults are married.
In 2000, Delmont had a median family income of $52,056. Many people in Delmont make a good living. Significantly, more adults in the town have earned college degrees than have people in most other towns in Pennsylvania.
Delmont residents donated more money ($6,105) to George W. Bush than to the other candidates in the 2004 Presidential race. Across all electoral races, the Republican party attracted the most donations from the town.
An estimated 68% of living spaces in Delmont are occupied by their owners, not by renters. The housing stock in the town is younger than in most places. Living alone is quite feasible in Delmont, with the choice of small rental properties there. Optimists try to see the higher property taxes in the town as a sign of wealth and desirability.
In Delmont, 94% of commuters drive to work.
Delmont strengths, compared to Peers (similar size places nationally) or State (other places in Pennsylvania):
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